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Gary Schultz was 'the cops'
How about going to the cops telling them someone else saw it.
This is absolutely correct. ESPN got their talking points memos this morning. They have to keep spouting the party line. Keep spouting the lies and falsehoods until they become truth. Main stream media does it in this country and ESPN is no different.
"I like your head, it's a good look." - James Franklin, to a bald reporter asking a question.
In some sense.
Having said that u just done go to the "cops" with heresay information
That's obviously the talking point from ESPNs brass to the gas bags. Everyone I've seen comment on it has said the same exact thing.
BTW, If Joe had known about '98 it would have made more logical sense that he would have gone to the Police b/c it would have a "here we go again" situation. There's no motive for a conspiracy to "conceal the facts" here.
ESPN is not the venue to expect a fair treatment from for the Paterno's
October 12, 2013. PSU 43 - UM 40 (4 OT). Unfortunately this fan wasn't around long enough to see it!
That's a big part of Clemente's report thatWrtzell, Golic, Coward, even SVP are completely missing (both because they haven't read it and it doesn't fit with their story): knowledge the '98 incident would actually cause most people to dismiss the '01 incident.
That's one of the most frustrating things for me. All these guys get on their high horse and say "I really just care about the victims"; then when something like Clemente's report comes out, something that we should all really pay attention to and that may protect kids in the future, they either ignore it completely or, worse, discredit it.
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